Brandon Wahl scored a game-high 19 points to lead the Leopards past the Lions 55-45 in battle atop the NBC. Spencer Hall also surpassed double digits with 11 and Max Hartline added 8 for 7-2 Louisville.
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Elliot Tornow scored a game-high 9 points and Kole Mayle tacked on 8 to lead Louisville past visiting Minerva 41-39. Michael Ball and Kurt Haren also added 6 each for the Leopards who improved to 4-1 in NBC play.
Morgan Cole placed 1st individually to lead the Girls to their second straight NBC Title. Miklos Hendricks placed 2nd individually to lead the Boys to a second place finish at the NBC Meet held at Copeland Oaks.
The Leopards swept the Lions 25-18, 25-14, 25-10 in their Block Out Cancer match at Minerva Thursday. Emily Phillips had 11 points serving, Morgan Cole finished with 26 assists, and Ellie Jackson had 18 digs on defense.
Colton Jones threw 3 touchdown passes and Max Hartline scored 4 total touchdowns to lead the Leopards to a 45-7 road win over the Lions. Logan Thomas and Bryce Zuppe also had scoring grabs.
Brady Vanover ran for 3 touchdowns and Tyler Jackson threw 3 touchdowns to lead the Louisville Freshman in their 44-20 win over visiting Minerva. Daniel Kennedy also caught a pair of touchdowns and Andy Larson snagged the other.
Alexis Beaver shot a team best 87 to lead the Lady Leopards to a 4th place finish at the Tri-County Postseason Tournament at Zoar Golf Course Thursday. Karli Redinger also shot an 88 for LHS.
Caleb Prasco shot a team low 39 to lead Louisville to their season low as a team this season. However, Minerva won the match 159-164 at Edgewater Golf Course Thursday. LHS is now 6-7 on the year.
The Leopards swept the Lions 25-12, 25-12, 25-5 Thursday at LHS. Emily Phillips was the leading server with 15 points & 4 aces, Emily Fresenko had 9 kills, and Ellie Jackson finished with 13 digs for Louisville.
Megan Chatelain, Aubry Fankhauser, and Destini Adoriso all scored goals in Louisville’s 3-1 win over visiting Minerva. The Leopards are now 3-3-1 overall and remain undefeated in the NBC at 3-0.